HKGAF 2013

As an art form that can be appreciated by people of all ages and all walks of life, graphic art connects art with the community.

As an international exchange programme, Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta connects national, regional and international art communities.

Hong Kong Open Printshop promotes the art of printmaking by curating exchange exhibitions, conducting educational programmes and showcasing Hong Kong printmaking at international symposiums. Our international exchange programme began in 2007 with the opening of the first Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta. The feature events that year were “Crossing Boundaries – an International Print Exchange Exhibition” and “Hot Off the Press”, an exhibition of print art by students from local universities and tertiary institutes. By 2010, the Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta had developed into a major annual international printmaking exchange exhibition with three main areas of focus – work by established printmakers, work by university students and work by secondary students – rotating every three years.


1. To connect national, regional and international art communities through international exchange exhibitions and educational programmes

2. To establish a multi-disciplinary platform for promoting Hong Kong printmaking

3. To share the joy of making art with the general public by offering a diverse range of creative programmes

4. To support new talents by offering internship and residency opportunities for young artists

Education Programmes
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L8-05, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre

30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 23191660

Fax: +852 23191770


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Education Programmes
Education Programmes

Conform / Confront – An International Prints Exchange Exhibition will feature over 140 print works from 22 international printshops. For this exhibition, renowned printmakers from all corners of the world – Asia, Europe, America and Australia – will investigate globalization and the convergence of individual and national identities through a diverse range of work.


Open Stock, a special viewing of the print collection at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum to kick off HKGAF 2013.

The Open Stock event is part of the educational programme of the Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta 2013. Yung Sau Mui shared the stories behind the collection during a special viewing on 5 July.